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Automation interface
Enco Systems
Booth N7607

Presenter: Presenter, like its predecessor DAD, supports all forms of audio technologies including IP audio, traditional sound cards, audio router control, console interfaces, and general purpose I/O, touch screens, etc. The single screen interface features a panel design with many user selectable tools including voice tracking, hot buttons, recording, database, search and more. Other features include cut, paste and block move of playlists elements, user tabs, backsell log and a number of new and refined user friendly tools designed for live assist and voice tracked operations.

Digital signal processor
Day Sequerra
Booth N5129

M4DDM: This diversity delay monitor is the first Day Sequerra product to incorporate the company's newly developed digital signal processing (DSP) architecture. The M4DDM DSP runs the Day Sequerra Timelock algorithm to automatically maintain alignment of the HD Radio main program signal (MPS) analog and HD-1 digital audio. Using its selective off-air tuner, the M4DDM measures the MPS analog and HD-1 digital audio diversity and generates a continuous stream of correction vectors to keep the analog and digital audio time and level aligned. These correction vectors can be processed internally by the M4DDM to delay the digital program audio or can be sent via Ethernet to an HD Radio Embedded Exporter to provide the necessary delay. Additionally, the unit has digital audio outputs for confidence monitoring and alarm outputs for loss of program audio and OFDM sidebands as well as HD Radio data and RBDS data payloads. The algorithm used in the M4DDM is based on a new digital audio correlation methodology developed jointly by Harris and Day Sequerra.

Sound system packages
Anchor Audio Communications/Portaco

Liberty: Designed to cover crowds up to 1,000 people with its 117dB output, the Liberty has seen use at many public events. The rugged, reliable and easy-to-use is suitable for indoor or outdoor settings. It can operate ac or dc or its 110/220 power supply. Options include built-in CD player and up to two UHF wireless receivers.

Weatherproof equipment enclosures
L-com Global Connectivity

DIN Rail NEMA Enclosures: This line of NEMA-rated weatherproof equipment enclosures are outfitted with installed mounting rails to accept DIN rails and DIN rail-mountable products, such as power supplies, protocol converters, Industrial wireless access points and Ethernet switches, to be housed inside the enclosure. In addition to off the shelf NEMA rated enclosures L-com can custom manufacture enclosures to exact specifications.

Passive PA speakers
Booth N3838

BR Series: The BR line of sound reinforcement loudspeakers are designed for good audio performance and good looks. A pure titanium 1" compression driver provides the high frequency output. The bass reflex cabinets feature a 10", 12" or 15" woofer, and sport large steel handles, corner protectors and built-in pole sockets. Each model includes integral protection circuitry built into the passive crossover. Five BR models are available. BR10 (250W), BR 12 (300W) and BR15 (400W) are suited for floor or pole mounting. The BR12M and BR15M are angled for on-floor monitor use.

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